France opens anti-terror inquiry into attack on aid workers in Niger

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Jihadists are suspected of attack that killed six French aid workers, a driver and a guide at a wildlife reserve.

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France’s anti-terrorism prosecutor has opened an investigation into the killing of six French aid workers at a wildlife reserve in Niger, as Emmanuel Macron condemned what he called a “cowardly” attack, reports The Guardian.